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MEN’S GOLF: Beavers place 2nd among conference teams at NSIC Preview

The Bemidji State men’s golf team was near the top of the field at the NSIC Preview Invitational on Monday and Tuesday in Blue Springs, Mo., placing sixth out of 16 teams.

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BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- The Bemidji State men’s golf team was near the top of the field at the NSIC Preview Invitational on Monday and Tuesday in Blue Springs, Mo., placing sixth out of 16 teams.

The Beavers finished with a team score of 607 (306-301) over two rounds, 31 over par, and tied William Jewell on the leaderboard.

Individually, BSU’s Seth Schricker tied for 12th in the field with his two-day score of 5-over 149. Not far behind, Ben Corbid scored a 7-over 151 to tie for 19th. Elsewhere for Bemidji State, Brandon Nelson and Koby Kuenzel tied for 32nd with 154s, and Jack Southard tied for 54th with his 157.

Rogers State won the invite with a 4-over-par 580. Rockhurst (597), Drury (598) and Winona State (598) rounded out the top four. Winona State was the lone NSIC school to post a better score than the Beavers, while BSU bested eight other conference foes.

Bemidji State will be back in Missouri for The Mule Invite, hosted by Central Missouri on Monday and Tuesday, April 4-5, in Warrensburg.

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Team Results (Top 10)

1-Rogers State 580; 2-Rockhurst 597; T3-Drury 598; T3-Winona State 598; 5-Fort Hays State 601; T6-Bemidji State 607; T6-William Jewell 607; 8-Concordia-St. Paul 614; 9-Minnesota State 617; 10-Augustana 621.

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